Church of Redemption Ministry Pastor Ron Carpenter returns to Greenville

THE STATE’S DEATH NUMBER IS OVER 4,700. >> CARPENTER HAS SHARED NEWS IN A VIDEO POSTED ON YOUTUBE. THE ANNOUNCEMENT COMES IN THE MIDDLE OF A LEGAL BATTLE WITH PASTOR JOHN GRAY AND THE IMPLACABLE CHURCH. WHO HAS RENTED THE OLD REDEMPTION CHURCH PROPERTY ON HAYWOOD ROAD SINCE 2018. CARPENTER SAYS THE REDEMPTION WILL BEGIN A SATELLITE CAMPUS. IT WOULD BE AT THE TD CONVENTION CENTER UNTIL THE IMPLACABLE CHURCH GETS AWAY FROM THE PROPERTY. THE CARPENTER VOYAGER

Church of Redemption ministry to return to Greenville, says Pastor Ron Carpenter

A former upstate mega-church pastor says he’s bringing his ministry back to Greenville. Ron Carpenter has been the pastor of Redemption Church on Haywood Road for almost three decades. In the spring of 2018, Redemption Church and Carpenter moved to San Jose, California. Earlier this month, Carpenter announced on YouTube that the Redemption Church ministry would return to Greenville in early 2021. “We have a lot of seniority there,” Carpenter said. “We think we have a lot of influence there. And for those who want to be a part of Redemption, we want to give them a place they can call home.” Carpenter and his wife, Hope, will continue to be based in California. He says he hopes to make Redemption a national church. When Redemption and the Carpenters moved to California, Pastor John Gray and Relentless Church leased the property on Haywood Road where Redemption has held services. Since then , there was a legal battle between Relentless and Redemption. were responsible and we had to go back and pick up, “Carpenter said in the ad.” They weren’t treated exactly the way we thought they were going to be. And that’s left a lot of people who love Redemption, who love this ministry, a little disenfranchised and homeless. “Carpenter says Redemption will open a satellite campus at the TD Convention Center. Read more about the legal battle at the links below: Feuding mega-churches Redemption, Relentless files concurrent lawsuits in Greenville County Relentless Church served letter of dismissal

A former upstate mega-church pastor says he’s bringing his ministry back to Greenville.

Ron Carpenter has been the pastor of Redemption Church on Haywood Road for almost three decades.

In the spring of 2018, Redemption Church and Carpenter moved to San Jose, California.

Earlier this month, Carpenter announced the Youtube that the ministry of the Church of Redemption will return to Greenville in early 2021.

“We have a lot of starting there,” Carpenter said. “We think we have a lot of influence there. And for those who want to be a part of Redemption, we want to give them a place where they can feel at home. ”

Carpenter and his wife, Hope, will remain based in California. He says he hopes to make the Redemption a national church.

When Redemption and the Carpenters moved to California, Pastor John Gray and Relentless Church leased the property on Haywood Road where Redemption held services.

Since then, there has been a legal battle between Relentless and Redemption.

“We had some things we felt responsible for and we had to go back,” Carpenter said in the announcement. “They weren’t treated exactly the way we thought they were. And that left a lot of people who love the Redemption, who love this ministry, a little disenfranchised and homeless.”

Carpenter says Redemption will open a satellite campus at the TD Convention Center.

Read more of the legal battle in the links below:

Charles K. Eckert